The Greater Columbus LGBTQ Health Coalition is a community-based initiative that consists of health care providers, caregivers, community leaders, organizations and allies, all with the goal of fostering positive health and safety outcomes within the city’s gender and sexually diverse communities. This includes, but is not limited to, becoming a visible voice of advocacy for gender and sexually diverse clients, educating and providing inclusive wellness resources and filling data gaps in research.
Join us at our next meeting.
Community organizations or members interested in contributing to the LGBTQ Health Coalition are invited to attend a meeting. General Body Meetings are 6 times a year. (If you would like to become more involved please consider joining a committee!) General Body and Committee meeting dates can be found here.
Greater Columbus LGBTQ Health Coalition
The LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender, Questioning) Health Initiative was created to address gaps in care and issues of health inequity within gender and sexually diverse communities.
More about the LGBTQ Health Initiative
Become a Pride Provider
Professionals who exhibit exemplary and culturally competent care can be recognized by the Greater Columbus LGBTQ Health Coalition as Pride Providers. Certified providers will be promoted by the coalition as key health providers for the LGBTQ community and receive decals for their offices.
Pride Provider Qualification Questions
Health Impact Leaders
In an effort to recognize and honor the work of health and social service providers who have or are currently providing culturally competent care and services, we are proud to announce the debut of the Health Impact Leader Awards! See the Awardees
LGBTQ Health Impact Leaders